Hotel Deutsche Eiche
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... also stopped at a great pastry shop where we had a pretzel and coffee. We arrived at the castle area about 11:30 AM, Andy got our reserved tickets for the tour which runs every 5 minutes (ours was for 12:55 PM). Before the tour, we hiked up a steep incline (600' elevation gain) to get to Mary's Bridge for a fabulous view of the castle. Going down to the castle on a different route wasn't so bad. Took ...
... candies, fine German knives, and clean bathrooms. But the crowning glory of the building is Milka Welt located in the basement.
Oh, I'm in heaven! This is chocoholic nirvana! Bliss! The smell of chocolate is all around. And the wonderful memories that the purple packaging inspires in me . . . mom used to pack us a picnic lunch when we went skiing. My dad would ski around with the picnic in his rucksack until lunchtime (later, when he ...
Hello everyone, I am now in Munich, after a nice 6. 5 hr train ride. It was actually a nice train ride, the first bit I logged some good peek a boo time with the baby across the aisle from me. The mother was travelling with the baby who was about 6 months old and and a three year old, needless to say she had her hands full on our very full train. When a spot opened up for her to put the stroller she needed to get up and move stuff around, needless to say she was short ...
... he couted and
we're queens in there. Then we took the tram no 17 back to change to
tram 27 at Karsplatz station. This will take us to the last stop on 27
northbound at Puetrling. It was raining but we took our chance to see if
we could make it to the BMW musem (BMW Welt). We made it at 5pm. They were only closing at 6pm.
Entrance was steep at 9 EUR each, but we'll worth it. The musuem was
well laid out starting from what they did in 1916 to now, ...
... two outfits before the shops shut. What a mission. Dave's was somewhat easier, red or blue checkered shirt with leather lederhosen in different lengths. For me, I think I tried on every single one of the few hundred Dirndl dresses available with limited sizes left (I was after size midget). We ended up getting kicked out of the store after they'd well and truly closed but we have our traditional wear!
Accommodation options this time of the year in Munich itself is either ...